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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

September 2016 Volume 32, Number 5


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Could a mobile-assisted learning system support flipped classrooms for classical Chinese learning?

    Y.‐H. Wang

    In this study, the researcher aimed to develop a mobile-assisted learning system and to investigate whether it could promote teenage learners' classical Chinese learning through the flipped... More

    pp. 391-415

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  2. Factors impacting students' online learning experience in a learner-centred course

    Y. Wu

    Technologies bring a new era of content presentation for online teaching and learning. With more instructors adopting new tools to design online teaching materials, students are often put into... More

    pp. 416-429

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  3. Mobile technology: students perceived benefits of apps for learning neuroanatomy

    N.P. Morris, J. Lambe, J. Ciccone & B. Swinnerton

    Technology-enhanced learning is expanding rapidly because of research showing the benefits for learners in terms of engagement, convenience, attainment and enjoyment. Mobile learning approaches are... More

    pp. 430-442

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  4. Interactive computer simulation and animation for improving student learning of particle kinetics

    N. Fang & Y. Guo

    Computer simulation and animation (CSA) has been receiving growing attention and wide application in engineering education in recent years. A new interactive CSA module was developed in the present... More

    pp. 443-455

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  5. Supporting pre-service teachers in designing technology-infused lesson plans

    N. Janssen & A. W. Lazonder

    The present study compared the effectiveness of two types of just-in-time support for lesson planning. Both types contained the same technological information but differed regarding pedagogical and... More

    pp. 456-467

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  6. Supporting executive functions during children's preliteracy learning with the computer

    E. Sande van de, E. Segers & L. Verhoeven

    The present study examined how embedded activities to support executive functions helped children to benefit from a computer intervention that targeted preliteracy skills. Three intervention groups... More

    pp. 468-480

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  7. Procedural versus content-related hints for word problem solving: an exploratory study

    W.D. Kock de & E.G. Harskamp

    For primary school students, mathematical word problems are often more difficult to solve than straightforward number problems. Word problems require reading and analysis skills, and in order to... More

    pp. 481-493

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  8. Instructor accents in online education and their effect on learning and attitudes

    C. A. Sanchez & S. Khan

    Reductions in perceptual fluency have been shown to negatively impact attitudes towards learning material, but not learning itself. The current study extends this work to spoken presentations and... More

    pp. 494-502

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